#1 The separated twins that lived almost identical lives.
Twins from Ohio who were separated at birth grew up without any knowing of each other’s existence. There lives did share a number of weird similarities. They were both named James on their adoptions, they both grew up to be police officers, and both of them married women called Linda. But that’s not all. Each had a son, one named James Allan and the other one also named James Alan, and each also had a dog named Toy. Both brothers later got divorced, and both ended up remarrying women named Betty! Very strange don’t you think (source: people)
#2 Mark twain predicted his own death.
Did writer Mark Twain predict his death? If he didn’t then it was a major coincidence. The writer was born in 1835, at the time when Halley’s Comet was passing planet earth. It only passes once every 76 years, but Twain predicted that he would die on its next passing. “I came in with Halley’s Comet in 1835,” he said in 1909. “It is coming again next year, and I expect to go out with it.” The writer died on the day of its appearance in 1910. (americanliteraryblog, Wikipedia)
#3 Coincidence or reincarnation ?
The founder of Ferrari, Enzo Ferrari died on august 14th 1988, the same year which professional footballer player Mesut Ozil was born, coincidence ? You decide.
#4 The Simpsons predict Donald trump presidency
The Simpsons has been known to predict lots of events, but maybe their most impressive prediction , who else would of seen it coming you didn’t . But The Simpsons definitely did, back in the year 2000 (although the pictures featured here are from the 2015 episode). Either that or it’s one seriously creepy coincidence…
#5 Man predicted sinking of the titanic.
Over 14 years before the Titanic sank to the bottom of the sea, in 1898, Morgan Robertson, a writer from the USA, wrote about a ship sinking in a novella called Futility. The ship in the book was called the Titan, but that’s not the last of the similarities. E.g, like the real Titanic, the Titan was described as unsinkable. They also both had insufficient lifeboats and they both collided with icebergs in the North Atlantic. (sources: titanic.wikia, historyonthenet, cruiselinehistory)